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, certainly, of our allies. >> paul: welcome to "the journal editorial report," i'm paul gigot, that was secretary hagel on the war-like rhetoric and actions of north korea. those comments were made before the north korean army announced it was authorized to attack the united states. >> we will cope with the u.s. nuclear threat with a merciless nuclear attack and face the infiltration with a justified war. this is our military and people's unchangeable stance. the u.s. and followers should clearly know that everything is different in the era of respected kim jong-un. >> paul: those really are fighting words, but how serious a threat is it? let's ask wall street journal columnist and deputy editor dan henninging, matt comiskey and kim strassel. are we on the brink of war or it's a bluff? >> it's happened before and they've done the kind of threats. the thing about north korea, we don't know. we don't know much about who is running north korea, a new, 28, 29, 30-year-old leader in kim jong-un. >> paul: we don't know how old he is. >> exactly. and is he controlled by the generals.
>> paul: this week on the journal editorial report. new details about the boston bombing suspects new details. look how we can keep our city safe from home-grown terror. two federal agencies to heed warnings about tamerlan tsarnaev. have our anti-terror defense failed in the years since 9/11 and unraveling of obamacare continues. they announce a train wreck amid reports amongst congressional colleagues may exempt themselves. >> paul: welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm paul gigot as we continue to learn more about the two suspects in the boston marathon bombing. a clearer picture is emerging from tamerlan tsarnaev as a young man who increasingly radicalized while living in the u.s. something people warned is a new face of terror in america. he is the author of the 2007 nypd report, radicalization in the west, the home-grown threat. mitchell, welcome to the program. so the u.s. officials are describing the tamerlan tsarnaev as having under gone a self-radicalization. what does that mean to you? >> i think when they refer to self-radicalization they mean he wasn't radicaliz
that someone at boston airport did know. >> paul: so that was one of big lessons of 9/11. you share information so you know who these people are. is this how a bureaucracy behaves. >> they are bureaucracies, they are big complicated cases. he was on four list. one listed had 700,000 names on it. how can there be 700,000 names on list like this. that is sizable, good sized american city. it's pretty clear at this point that these bureaucracies have slipped slipped back into habits before 9/11. question is why is this happening. >> paul: should he have been t tar far maybe some type of wipe tap warrant by a cyber unit if he posted jihadist videos, we would have been watching it. >> the real thing here, the f.b.i. says because we checked him out, he was clean then, we really didn't have any right to go back and see him. >> paul: what does that mean. they went to a court for us to get a warrant. >> because our time in russia, if they had known it, they would have to go back and monitored his online traffic, but i think the other thing that is amazing to this case after the bombs went off. they were
on wednesday, thousands gathered at st. paul's cathedral for the funeral service for former british prime minister margaret thatcher. queen elizabeth the second, former british prime ministers tony blair and gordon brown and former vice president dick cheney attended. posted's david dimbleby verage. is is o it is 11:00 among the congregation won't stand. .- will stand many services have been performed here in st. paul's cathedral. ♪ ♪ they are directly under the dome of st. paul's cathedral. the service begins with the reverend david - of st. paul's cathedral. >> we come to this cathedral ,oday to remember before god margaret ~ thatcher. to give thanks for her life and work and commend her into god's hands. he recalled with great gratitude her leadership of this nation. her courage. her steadfastness. and her resolve to accomplish what she believed to be right for the common good. we remember the values by which she lived. the ideals she embraced. , herignity, her diligence courtesy, and her personal concern for the well-being of individuals. , so we rejoice in the lifelong companion
and conversation between susie and jean paul gaultier. i feel very fortunate at the fine arts museum because in fact susie mencus' son lives in the bay area and she comes frequently to visit the family. it is always my favorite time of in the exhibition, when she comes and i get to walk through the exhibition with her. it is so learnful. i wanted to share that opportunity with the rest of the bay area. one of my favorites, during the laurent exhibition, one of my favorite moments is one suzy stopped in her tracks. she said, this is it, this is what is true of any great artist or any great designer. when they do something, it can be shocking and avant-garde, but years later, we stand and look at it and believe it has always existed. i think that this is true of jean paul gaultier's work. i know that have been friends for a very long time. it is my honor to introduce both suzy menkes, fashion editor of the international herald tribune, and mr. jean paul gaultier. [applause] >> the love seat. [laughter] i just want to know, can you hear me? please shout loudly if you cannot. [laughter] yes or n
creeps higher and weep previ will watch that. ross westgate will report from st. paul's cathedral. >>> biggest news this morning, china's local government debt is spiraling out of control at least according to one senior chinese auditor talking to ft. he says he stopped signing off on bond sales by local governments and says the situation could spark a crisis bigger than the u.s. housing crash. a top executive disagrees. the head of china's main sovereign wealth fund speaking exclusively to cnbc this morning had this to say. >> i don't think it's out of control. there were some people who were a bit worried about that. the government has been taking care of this issue over the last two years or something because the local government debt was financing the infrastructure projects. basically most of those infrastructure projects are sound. the only issue is how can we get all of these projects done so they can generate revenues for the local government so that it can payback the debt. of course i think it's very important for us to wind down this whole process in a well ordered mann
. well, and i'm not going to go over the fact that paul ryan's budget would actually have given massive tax cuts to the rich and increase the deficit. according to on analysis by economists. to you not find it problematic that republicans seem increasingly out of step, a opposing a path to citizenship which most americans support, opposing background checks which 91% of this nation supports? can you not see that aside from the tone that reince priebus talked about, the american people don't appear to share the views of the republican party on these major issues. >> well, and if that's the case, martin, then republic ans are going to have trouble at the ballot box until we can show the american people that our message of freedom and limited government works. look, if 91% of americans support universal background checks, then the president and harry reid should have no problem, right? passing that out of the senate. it's interesting, to me, martin, that that is all this president now is left to talk about is background checks. whatever happened to the ban on assault weapons, the ban on th
with rand paul talking about pot. paul pot, that didn't work out too well. >> i think if you use it too much you won't show up for class and you you'll eat too many doritos. >> michael: and then michelle obama talk about guns and boy di she makehe tears flow. >> clearly on her way doing something truly worthy with her life. i told them that there is a reason that we're here on this earth. >> reporter: from the series seriously curious anthony wiener trying to made his way back into politics. will we have an oscar mayor wiener. >> why do you do the answer and i'll the questions. >> as soon as you answer the questions. >> the photograph of you. >> michael: it's "the young turks." and ladies and gentlemen, it is go time. >> yes, ladies and gentlemen the republicans are in the white house. don't get scared but 126 them are there having dinner right now. you look at the white house on beautiful evening there in wasatch front--inwashington. senator marco rubio is there and he brought his own water. no, he didn't. but they're there discussing all of these issues. budget immigration guns. it's part
of the earliest and most long lasting competitors is the black hills of south dakota. meet paul bellamy. paul bellamy is in the driver's seat. now he appears in some histories of the united nation and he and the interest of the black hills are the throwaway line. they are the shorthand for expressing the ridiculous claims that the american booster campaign went to. however i spent time in south dakota getting to know paul bellamy and his campaign and i came to have a different idea about this. this was true of a lot of the campaigners they seem just a little out there, a little wacky to be on the list for the potential capital of the world. this was paul bellamy in 1936. you can see he's driving fdr on their way to a dedication of one of the carvings on mount rushmore. bellamy was the owner of a transportation come any. he often drove the celebrities to other sites and the reason that also organized tours for other visitors. he was a local booster of tourism and locally beneficial projects in the planning for not rushmore to the highway sustained through the hills if you've ever visited there
support. yesterday, in the "washington post," chris cillizza and paul cain wrote about the nightmare amendment scenario, argue that given the math, it's easier to imagine amendments favored by gun rights advocates than amendments on things like renewing the assault weapons ban or limiting or outright banning high-capacity magazines. >>> even if the senate imagines to emerge from the debacle with a solid bill, the bill must still pass in the house. surprising exactly no one, speaker john boehner didn't seem exactly eager to take up the legislation. >> i fully expect that the house will act. in some way, shape or form. but to make a blanket commitment without knowing what, what the underlying bill is, i think would be irresponsible on my part. joining me today, washington bureau chief at the the "huffington post," ryan grimm, vanessa is a contributor at "new york magazine," and bob herbert at dimos and ben smith from buzz feed is here. i don't want to be a naysayer, yesterday we were having a fairly good day, democrats and republicans were working together and it seemed like for the fi
there was a feeling of jubilation, a sense of rebirth. pope paul v, in the year of our lord 1612, has brought water 35 miles from the healthiest springs in bracciano through new and restored aqueducts. what better way to sigl the revival of the ancient grandeur of rome than to restore its renowned system for bringing water from distant mountains to the city streets? pope paul's new water supply, the acqua paola, or paul's water as it was called, was soon rushing into the daylight from fountains all around the city. the finest of these fountains was designed by sculptor and architect, gian lorenzo bernini. it was built in the piazza navona which stood on foundations of an ancient stadium, a material expression of the idea of eternal rome. the city had survived 100 years of political and religious turmoil, of war and destruction. despite invasions of european monarchs who'd attempted to conquer the city on the pretext of defending it, it had preserved its independence. most important, the catholic church had survived the rise of protestantism and its challenge to rome's authority. it was an extraordinar
that on paul b. newman, though. this is the tenth year paul has personally organized a blood drive in his san jose neighborhood. over the decade, paul guesses his drives have brought in needed donations to the stanford blood center from some 3,000 people. now, not by coincidence this is also the tenth anniversary of a terrifying rollover accident involving paul and his then 11-year-old son mitch. in fact, it was a question paul asked one of the paramedics who helped him that day that was the spark to everything that followed. >> i remember asking him, i said, you know what? what can somebody like me do to give back to the community like you guys do every day in your jobs? and absolutely in unison they both said, give blood as much as you can. >> now, because blood once it's donated is separated into three different products, paul likes to think that by donating just one pint you have contributed to saving three different lives. and if that isn't worth an hour of your time, what is? >>> speaking of worth, do you think you get your money's worth from the taxes you pay? there's one group of sout
and most long lasting competitors is the black hills of south dakota. meet paul bellamy. paul bellamy is in the driver's seat. now, he appears in some histories of the united nations, and he and the interest of the black hills are always sort of the throwaway line, right? they're the stand in, the shorthand for expressing the ridiculous lengths that the american booster campaign, um, went to. how much, i spent a little time in south dakota and a little time getting to know paul bellamy and his campaign, and i came to have a different idea about this. and this was true for me of a lot of the campaigners that seemed just a little out there, right? just a little wacky to be on the list for the potential capital of the world. this is paul bellamy in 1936. you can see he's driving finishing dr -- fdr, and they are on their way to a dedication of one of the carvings on mount rushmore. bellamy was the owner of a transportation company, so it often fell to him to drive the celebrities that came to mount rushmore or other sites in the region. but he also organized tours for other visitors. he
senator rand paul gave a speech in washington, d.c. o on that night's program, i give a monologue critical even at times mocking of paul's speech. the day essence, a number of folks, some i really respect, have been critical of my own tone towards paul. the writer freddy de boer said i was giggling from the rook and the sheer lack of any grace among some liberal commentators on what was an obvious outreach to african-americans depresses m me. and a writer i have tremendous respect for accused me of falling short of cable news pathologies, which is bad. critics get one thing right. in going to paul's outright lying i owe mighted playing this bit of the speech, which what's great. and best received by the audience. >> i'm working with democratic senators to make sure that kids who have made bad decisions, such as nonviolent possession of drugs, are not imprisoned for lengthy sentences. i'm working to make sure that first time offenders are put into counseling and not imprisoned with hardened criminals. we should not take away anyone's future over one mistake. >> we should have played that bi
, the very next day, a republican took him up on it. republican senator rand paul from the great state of kentucky took a trip to the hispanic chamber of commerce. senator paul's argument for why hispanic should vote republican hinged on an argument that hispanics, obviously, agree with republicans on social conservative issues. everybody knows, he said, that hispanics are wildly opposed to abortion rights and wildly opposed to same-sex marriage. that may be senator rand paul's view of what hispanics belief, it is not, in fact, the truth. he then transitioned from the stereotype part of the program to this part of the program. >> there's a hilarious episode on "seinfeld," any fans? where jerry admits that he loves asian women, but he frets and worries, he said, is it racist to like a certain race? >> don't do it, don't do it, just don't. >> so, it is with trepidation that i'd like to express my admiration today for the romance of the latin culture. [ laughter ] >> back to the drawing board, priebus! he could not have known that the day right after his let's reach out to minorities pres
of republican leaders, people like rand paul, mike lee who are much more serious about these issues and have shown that they can be creative in ways of speaking out about these issues and being committed to principle on these issues. i think regardless of what you thought about the merits of rand paul's filibuster on the drones, what you thought of the drone issue, i think it's striking that his filibuster produced by some measure a 50-point swing in public opinion on that issue. now, i'm not arguing to you that if rand paul or paul ryan got up and talked about medicare premium support or block granting medicaid for 13 hours that all of a sudden those things would happen. [laughter] but i think it's an example of how thinking creatively about these issues really opened political opportunities that even opinion leaders don't really see. even more important, though, than principled leadership -- because i think there's a limit to the number of principled rather than self-interested politicians you're ever going to find -- it is important to have groups like freedomworks and young americans for
earlier, prior to the vote, senators mike paul and ted cruz released a joint statement including that the "it is expected that the toomey/manchin provision will replace the current language regarding background check, yet as of this morning not a single senator has been provided the legislative language of this provision, because the background check measure is a centerpiece of this legislation, it is critical that we know what is in to vote on it. that makes sense to me. how are you? >> i'm fine. how are you? i was on line trying to find the language. i thought this was so strange. this is a bill everyone is talking about, and we can't find the toomey/manchin compromise. >> sean: what bothers me most you, you look at aurora, newtown, there's nothing proposed here, not a single thing that would have prevented the tragedy. >> right. >> sean: i have a solution. i would put retired military, retired police, in every school in the country, just like we protect presidents, politicians, hollywood liberals, sports stars and our money. why not do that? >> right. i'm not a huge fan of tha
-- if they refuse to include retches, there will be no deal. it is that simple. paul ryan isn't exactly pleased with the president's budget, either. he took to the air waves this morning to question the plan. >> this is probably a status quo budget. the real question i want to know is when does he balance the budget? does he propose to ever balance the budget? those are the kinds of things we'll be looking for. >> the president isn't just dealing with government push-back. yesterday democrats protested in opposition, with senator bernie sanders leading the charge. >> some of you may remember that when barack obama was running for president in 2008, he said that he would not cut social security. we want the president to remember what he said and not go back on his word. >> it issen clear whether the deal-making in general will actually go anywhere. tonight the president will break bread with sonar republicans, but with still bitter tastes lingering, perhaps they should start with dessert. with us, "the washington post's" ezra klein. what a day to have you, ezra. what a day. >> i'm so happy to be
your vote is going to say. >>> ahead, rand paul's epic fail on minority outreach at howard university. you won't believe what he said about president obama. and his own record on civil rights. >>> and he's back. republicans are asking dick cheney for advice on how to avoid war. i'm serious. >>> and buzz today about the man who was once one of the most passionate voices in progressive politics. can anthony weiner stage a comeback? you're watching msnbc, "politicsnation." [ male announcer ] there are only so many foods that make kids happy. and even fewer that make moms happy too. with wholesome noodles and bite sized chicken, nothing brings you together like chicken noodle soup from campbell's. >>>le have you joined the "politicsnation" conversation on facebook yet? today everyone was talking about rand paul's speech on his support for the civil rights act. patricia says, he has an acute case of romnesia. sherry wonders, who is he trying to fool? nicky says his speech was full of references to the past republican party. the problem is, that party does not exist anymore. but that wasn't
it in a larger context if you think back to senator rand paul on the drone policy there were a lot of similarities. i think there is a section within the republican party that conservatives can capitalize on, libertarian streak, if you will, but then you've got the neo-cons and some of the reagan-esque camps like john mccains and lindy grams who are going to advocate stringent policies to go after them. but i do think there is a way forfor republicans to capitalize on this, bring some over to the middle and some from the left who really believe in making sure in due process for everyone. >> cenk: when you look at the politics of this, it's amazing. --the bush years republicans are like, security, we need security. don't worry about your rights. now obama has democrats saying well rights are slightly optional. not the majority, 48-43 say i would rather have my constitutional rights. i'm encouraged by that. but now the republicans flip. is that ironic in that the republicans are leading the way yeah yeah, constitution, it's not just the second amendment? >> they're always citing cons
want to read to you. president obama said chain c.p.i. was the number one thing he wanted. now paul ryan says: in other words, i don't care, not a big deal not enough. number one isn't this horrible negotiation strategy, give them what they want and they immediately turn around and go great, i already have it, now i want more, more, more, more. >> it's also an interesting political dynamic here in that yes, this is -- how many times have we seen this? we've seen it over and over again through the budget negotiations we've seen it through the debt ceiling where president obama is moving in their direction and it's still never enough. it's never going to be enough. interestingly here to beth's point, you have a potential strategy here where president obama is demonstrating yet again another object lesson that the republicans are intransigent, not willing to do anything he propose's -- cenk: i got to ask you though, you're all right beth's right joe's right, he's proving over and over republicans are intransigent, but then gives republicans when they wanted and gives it to them again a
't be surprised. this is the same party that let kentucky senator rand paul actually lecture students about black history. >> do you think the republicans or democrats, would everybody in here know that they are republicans? >> yes. >> all right 6. you know more than i know. i don't mean that to be insulting. i'm trying to find out what the connection is. >> the gop is trying to find out what the connection is. okay. but they need to try a little harder. joining me now is melissa harris-perry, also lauren ashburn. thank you both for coming on the show tonight. >> thank you. >> tonight, melissa, let me ask you, did republicans flunk those classes they took earlier on how to talk to women and minorities? i mean, minority. >> you know, it's funny. it's like listening to the rand paul lecture very closely. it's like they were excited about this moment in american history when republicans were, in fact, the party of progressive, racial change. right? so they are thinking, all i've got to do is remind people that this label republican used to be on the people who were for integration or at least for fu
connell jumping on the caucus of cowardace that includes marco rubio, ted cruz and filibuster fanatic rand paul. senator mcconnell took to the senate floor to explain himself just a few hours ago. >> time has come to summon the political courage to move beyond the status quo. >> now, i'm sorry, those rather sensible words were about the budget, not about the background check supported by 90% of the nation. indeed, mr. mcconnell had not one word to say about guns on the senate floor today. not one word. as the families of newtown walked the congressional corridors. instead, he used his time to glorify louisville basketball, lionize margaret thatcher, and criticize the president's budget. after having met with newtown families today, it won't surprise you that vice president joe biden did not find himself so bashful on the subject. >> it's time for every man and woman in the senate to stand up and say, aye or nay. people say, what am i going to say to the nra? i have a question for you, what are you going to say to those parents? look them in the eye and tell them you concluded there's nothing yo
involved shooting and paul chambers joins us now to tell us there are so many critical questions that need to be answered, good morning, paul. >>> we are live at the sheriff's office and we know that a police from napa is under watch after surveillance which happened just after 8:00 last night. members of the napa bureau were whapping several people. the three men were inside the car and they had them at gunpoint and they believe they had them for assault. one of the men was fitting out of the car. that man was transported to the hospital. the two other men were taken into police custody and once again the police officer who shot the suspect is on leave. the man who was shot, officers believe to have the warrant and we will stay on top of this and as soon as we have answers to questions, we will bring them along to you, paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> firefighters had
momentarily, i'm sure. paul henderson, representing mayor ed lee's office. [laughter] >> and to my right, i have the open house, our state association vice president and i'm sure other names, past president san francisco chapter. we have lots of our membership here including a couple of board members, kerry greenberg from fresno. [speaker not understood] is here. we have two representatives from san mateo county, barbara arieta and mike miller. i know people. at this time i'd like to say a few words about the california grand jurors association. it's an all volunteer group, 501(c) (3) dedicated to promoting the participation in the grand jury system, qualifies applicants to be grand jurors, bidthv awareness so we have consumers of the grand jury's product, report. at this point i'd like to turn it over for some lengthy introductions. >> thank you. thank you, keith. welcome, everybody. we're glad to see so many friendly faces. as president of the chapter in san francisco now for 3-1/2 years and have been really proud of our board who has done so much great work. when i call your name, if you
to acknowledge that liaison, paul kumar, i don't see him in the crowd. i think it's fair to say that paul was an integral part to making this happen. thank you paul for your great work. let me talk about saint luke's, in life you come to full circle. i first came to saint luke's when i finished school. i graduated and didn't have health insurance and i was pretty sick and i didn't know what to do. i learned about saint luke's it where people who find themselves in my predictment go. my mom was ill and we had to take her to the er. they saved her life. it's very personal to me. the test for me has always been we want saint luke's to be a world class hospital. this dealen insures that we get that. we have 120 beds. which is a 50 percent increase from the original proposal, but more importantly, saint luke's plays a more important role as part of the larger cpmc system. cpmc by making it a larger hospital is making a real commitment to ensure this hospital will continue to serve this community for years to come. it's not just the size of the hospital but the specific requirements that i'm h
. paul's cathedral and will be attended by the queen. the reaction to burdette shows the division to her legacy. -- the reaction to her death shows the division of opinion over her legacy. this report contains -- photography. >> it will be part of the biggest funeral britain has seen in years. nois a reminder that this is moment of national mourning. nevertheless, her majesty, the queen, who was born just six months after the country's first women -- woman prime minister will lead the mourners. it is the first time she has attended the funeral of a political leader since the death of winston churchill many years ago. >> she was a longstanding british prime in a stretcher with transformational for britain and made such a huge difference in the world. the bank said that they want to attend in person. >> police are preparing for thousands to take to the streets for the funeral procession from westminster to st. paul's cathedral. on the evening before, her coffin will be taken to the palace of westminster. the next dave will be taken by hearst up whitehall and along the strand where it will
-year-old paul pope, alleged playboy of palm beach, against his socialite mother who he says threatened to kidnap his kids. pope showed us around his not too south florida pad. >> are there any rules in the feud of the popes? >> apparently with my mom, it's none. he said i'm going to get a kidnap and ransom policy. the beneficiary is the kidnapper. >> let me get this straight. somebody kidnaps her son, that's the person who gets the money for the policy? >> according to my mother, yeah. >> reporter: he says he h took it as a threat. lois pope calls it outrageous and said it was pope's idea to take owl the policy. perhaps because this is one of the nastiest feud's around -- >> now the family that founded it sold the company is having to deal with what they've been giving out for so many years. >> reporter: lois has accused him of an extravagant and excessive lifestyle. he accuses her of hording money. >> my new team of investigators and attorneys have found all these things that were wrong, theft, fraud, tax evasion and all these things. >> reporter: but he does say she spends lavishly o
jean paul gaultier for ermez. no, sorry, to make ermez through the eyes of jean paul gaultier. i love that. then there was a death. it was seven years after our collaboration. i think it was good to go in, because my life was not with ermez. it was for my own company. so we changed. we pushed. spanish rudes, perfume routes. sounds very good to my ears. i am a quite truthful person >. >> is there always going to be a controversial side of jean paul gaultier? there was a time when you were inspired by rabbis. i believe you're in new york, there were a bunch of rabbis he saw walking by the public library, you turned it into a collection. you must have known this was dramatic and would be alarming to people. >> i should say that in some way, i think i have a kind of innocence. like that is not that big part of me. when it is beautiful, i believe in it. i saw it was beautiful. i wanted to show it. for me, it was so strong, the impression. it was beautiful. and with a lot of meaning for me. it was meaning for people like a minority can come together strong and impact. at the same time, visu
avalos and the executive director from our department of emergency management and paul henderson from the mayor's office and thank you so much for being here today. the vips up here on the stage are going to be presenting awards to hero and honorees. as the answering point for services, the 911 center in san francisco processes 1 million 91,000 calls a year, and with the first agency in the state of california to accept our own wireless 911 calls and have done so successfully for 12 years. 75 percent of the calls that we receive are from cell phones so it is important that you train your kids and family members to know how to dial from a cell phone and if they speak a language other than english to call for help saying what dialect they can speak, we can translate into three languages if someone that you knows or loves dials 911 and english is not their first language, give us the dialect and be able to connect them with someone that can speak their language as quickly as possible. >> it is my pleasure to present the first 911 hero. tala hall. if you come up and we have supervisor joh
response. no taxes. only spending cuts. paul ryan's analysis, however, seemed to revolve around one response. >> i hope it's not just a status quo budget. icing on top of a status quo budget. is he going to break the status quo? my fear based on what i've heard is it's more of a status quo budget. this is probably a status quo budget. >> who knew he was such a status quo fan. joins us now, ezra klein, "washington post" columnist and msnbc analyst. congressman, if i might begin with you. judging by the negative reaction of a few of your fellow democrats, the president's proposal is hardly a status quo budget as paul ryan suggests. what's your reaction? >> well, i agree with you. it's anything but status quo. i mean, it makes some significant changes in social security and medicare, which cause a lot of heartburn in the democratic caucus. it also makes some very, very important investments in infrastructure and early childhood education. things that i think this country desperately needs and i enthusiastically support. so there's a lot to like in the budget. there's some things we hav
to bring in our cnn legal analyst sounny hostin and paul callan. this has taken a long time to get to this stage, to charges. between seven and eight months long. does that sound like it's too long or just about right? >> no. it sounds like it's taken an awfully long time. i'm curious to know what the details are going to be. if we have photos of her being sexually assaulted or raped, that's against the law. we'll have to wait and see what law enforcement had in their hands at the time. >> you mentioned the photos. apparently the allegations are some of these photos were her naked with drawings on her body. i'm trying to equate that with the charge of sexual battery. what does that charge mean? >> i mean, the bottom line is, it's a sexual assault. if you have a rape including a sexual battery, you have someone being harmed and drawn on and that sort of thing, it escalates the behavior. but i completely agree with paul, this is -- i'm just shocked that law enforcement would take this long to act. this sort of situation happens all across our country. unfortunately, you have drinking
, director of communications for the gun owners of america. paul helmkey, former president of brady campaign and, indiana university professor. the supreme court took up the first major examination of gay rights in a decade. the court hearing arguments over california's proposition 8 which band same sex marriage. it is the first of two days of hearings on the subject. fox news supreme court correspondent shannon bream with our report. >> reporter: following argument today, the supreme court must now decide whether or not to uphold the wishes of california voters who, in 2008, ratified an initiative known as prop 8. it amended the california constitution to limit valid an legally recognized marriages to only those between 1 man and one woman. a number of the justices today asked why individual states shouldn't be able to make their own decisions about the relatively new concept including samuel alito who said the idea of same sex marriage is newer than cell phones and the internet. >> on the question like that, of such fundamental importance, why should it not be left for the people? either a
mayor. and our allstar panel will discuss ron paul's curriculum and get hate tweets and e-mails. >> why did you have to egg him on? on. >> you don't have to egg him on. >> that's right. let's welcome our guest. >> she is so cute snuggles the bear adds her to his laundry. that's grizzly. i am here with author, columnist and fox news contributor jedediah bila. and he is so smooth that peanut butter puts him on its celery. it is rick g ri nel. and in some countries he is considered a mop. it is bill schulz. and jim norton will be performing at caroline's, the legendary caroline's in new york city, thursday through sunday, a day of the week. >> a block. the lede. that's the first story. back to you, big guy. it is funny because you are small. >> this editorial liesing is getting too much. but oh well. will his tears bring four more years. anthony wiener is now considering a run for new york city mayor according to an overly long new york times piece. look at that cover. the frothy piece ser
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